What is Marauders of Gor?
Marauders of Gor is the 9th book in the Gor series. Gor is a collection of adult, erotic, adventure and science fiction novels centered around Tarl Cabot, a former Earthman who one day finds himself transported into the Counter-Earth universe known as Gor. John Norman is the author of the Gor series.
The 9th book, Marauders of Gor, was first published by DAW Books in 1975. At present, the book has had around 34 editions published.
As Tarl Cabot continues to fight against the oppressive grips of the overbearing Priest-Kings of Counter-Earth, he suddenly finds himself confronting a new enemy in the form of behemoth beasts. The beasts were transplanted in the northern area of the land and began wreaking havoc in every place they encounter.
Talena, a former lover of Tarl, ends up joining the growing body count.
Now, Tarl must prepare his weapons and unleash a more powerful offensive in order to avenge Talena, defeat his monstrous new enemies and discover who is responsible for sending out the vicious beasts.
Awards & Reviews
Marauders of Gor garnered an average rating of 3.5 to 4 stars. Pulp Week describes the story as a “really fun and Beowulf-style action story”. Distinctively, Tarl embraces Gor’s cultural norms more fully, while putting his values and practices as a former Earth-man behind. The result is a truly action-packed, sexually-charged journey that avid fans of the series will enjoy.
Related Practices and Fetishes
All the female characters in the story are the ones who are predominantly sexually submissive. As the story continues to progress book after book, more and more depictions of women being captured, turned into slaves and forced into sexual obedience, submission, obedience training, spanking, and corporal punishment are common themes.